A 10-Day South Korea Winter Itinerary

Spring in South Korea may be the most popular season, but the winter is another world altogether. As the temperatures dip in the winter and the cherries are no longer blooming, South Korea becomes isolated from tourists. Thanks to its proximity to Siberia, the winters are cold, bitter, and even harsh at times. But, even

What it’s Really like Living in Seoul Korea

I've asked a fellow travel blogger, Ashley from Wanderdolls, who has been teaching english in Seoul, to share her experience with you guys. She is sharing it in a 3 article series; this is the last one, what it's really like living in Seoul Korea. See part 1 & 2 through those numbers' links. Feature

What it’s Really Like Teaching English in Korea

I've asked a fellow travel blogger, Ashley from Wanderdolls, who has been teaching english in Seoul, to share her experience with you guys. She is sharing it in a 3 article series; this is the second one explaining what it's really like teaching English in Korea. See parts 1 & 3 through those number's links. Feature image

Exactly How to Start Teaching English in Seoul, South Korea

I've asked a fellow travel blogger, Ashley fromWanderdolls, who has been teaching english in Seoul, to share her experience with you guys. She is sharing it in a 3 article series, starting with how to start teaching English in Seoul. Feature image from Carmine.shot. How to Start Teaching English in Seoul Upon finishing university all I

Luxury Guide to Seoul

Welcome to Backpacker's Boutique. Every Sunday, this spot will feature a new travel blogger. Some weeks it will be a really fun interview about packing, fashion, and fitness so you can snoop inside their bags & lives a little bit and other weeks it'll be a detailed luxury guide to a city the featured blogger/expat knows very well. E-mail me if